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2021 Workforce Mindset® Study

Alight’s Workforce Mindset® Study examines a range of workplace topics such as the employee experience, cultural characteristics and differentiators, total rewards, communication and technology.

How do companies successfully place employees at the center and meet their business imperatives?

Employee-centric platforms can connect the dots between people, work and life to navigate choices, drive smarter decisions and create impactful experiences.

2021 Hot Topics in Retirement and Financial Wellbeing

Our annual Hot Topics report captures the changes employers plan to make to their retirement and financial wellbeing plans in the year ahead.

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Simplifying the transition from SAP payroll on-premise to Employee Central Payroll

An overview on the current state of the payroll market and take a look at what companies currently need in terms of HR administration as well as the key drivers for moving payroll to the cloud.

Best Practices—Leveraging Technology to Optimize Payroll Efficiency

A recent APA webinar, “Best Practices to Leverage Technology to Optimize Payroll Efficiency,” which was sponsored by Alight, shared best practices for how to use technology to transform an organization.

Reducing payer costs for elective surgeries with AI and predictive analytics

John’s story is representative of many patients today. It is also one reason a growing number of health plans, providers, and payers are exploring how artificial intelligence (AI) and predictive analytics can be used to identify patients like John earlier in the decision-making process.

What is “physician quality” and how is it measured?

The word “quality” is often used in healthcare, but it is rarely defined. However, when quality is a component of comparative analysis, it needs a working definition to be meaningful.

How to support employees affected by delayed care while focusing on cost

We often talk about getting what you pay for in healthcare. There’s a definite link between financial investment and gain for employers and health plans and doing what’s best for patients.

How HR pros are normalizing mental health conversations

Initiating conversations about mental health and substance use disorders (SUDs) can be difficult for clinicians and healthcare providers, not to mention human resources professionals.